Principal Hannah Everhart shares her experience helping many children with funds needed to attend Catholic schools. She observes “words cannot express how valuable this experience was” and she looks forward to Children of Compassion helping her school next year. Principal Everhart especially appreciated how all the administrative work and issuance of tax deduction letters is provided by the Children of Compassion organization.
Principal Bruce Stewart saw an opportunity to help 50 children in Africa who had little hope of ever going to school. The reason? The children are disabled or struggling to survive without their parents. The aftermath of the Ebola epidemic in Liberia left many children as orphans. In this video, Principal Stewart explains how his students learned the gift of giving at the Junipero Serra School and simultaneously helped the poorest of the poor in a truly life-memorable way.
In this video Children of Compassion Regional Coordinator Benjamin Wollor is with Foday. Foday’s entire family died during the Ebola epidemic.
The aftermath of the Ebola epidemic continues to be felt in West Africa. Many people are only able to eat one small meal each day. Orphaned children, if not rescued, are at great risk of being recruited by criminals and becoming criminals.
A brighter future for Africa’s orphans is possible with your help.
Katlyn Roobian, a teacher at the Our Lady of the Visitacion School, received the Teacher of Compassion award from the Children of Compassion organization. In this video, she and Annette Belmessieri explain how the 4th Grade students benefited from meeting children in Liberia, Africa.